Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Publications - Historical Aerial Imagery in Jordan and the Wider Middle East

Hot off the press!
Robert Bewley and David L. Kennedy, 2013, 'Historical Aerial Imagery in Jordan and the Wider Middle East' pp. 221-242 in: William S. Hanson and Iona A. Oltean (eds) Archaeology from Historical Aerial and Satellite Archives, Springer: New York/Heidelberg/Dordrecht/London.
ISBN: 978-1-4614-4504-3

The book or eBook can be purchased from the Springer website: http://www.springer.com/social+sciences/anthropology+%26+archaeology/book/978-1-4614-4504-3

3 comments:

  1. We went to Jordan last summer and the only complain I had during the trip was the heat wave that I experienced. If only I could stay at the comfort of my hotel room all day with the air conditioner on full blast, I will.

    -Lawrence Banks

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    1. The extremes of Jordan's temperature in Summer and Winter are definitely not the best times to travel if you can help it. We usually fly in Autumn or Spring. The months or April/May and September/October in the past have provided beautiful clear days that have been perfect for site visits. That said, it is inevitable when climbing the heights of sites like Petra that you may feel a little hot!

      Thank you for your comments.

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  2. Well it's because you went to that country on summer plus, that country is part of the Middle East so it is expected that the temperature there will be so hot.

    Roy Barton

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